USA TODAY - A New York City judge recently ruled that the city's stop-and-frisk policy amounted to racial profiling and ordered its revamping through the use of, among other things, cameras.
According to one comedian, the use of cameras to regulate stop and frisk isn't new.
He gave his audience one chance to guess which New York City mayoral candidate came up with that idea first. Any guesses?
To see the rest of what the late-night comedians had to say about the policy, and Mayor Bloomberg's resistance to changing it, watch this webisode of Punchlines.
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